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August 20, 1993 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-20

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"My family learned about
the Heatherwood lifestyle...

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Department of Commerce.
But the turf battle in
Israel has apparently been
settled, with Trade and
Industry Minister Micha
Harish now carrying the
ball. And in Washington,
the creaky wheels of the
Commerce Department are
beginning to turn.
Representatives of both
sides are now hard at work
drafting a "memorandum of
understanding" that will
define the functions and
structure of the commission,
which is supposed to devel-
op high-tech joint ventures
designed to benefit the
economies of both countries.
An Israeli embassy offi-
cial involved in the discus-
sions termed them "very
seriouEk,and very friendly."
On the American end, the
commission will be com-
prised of high-level adminis-
tration officials. A second
panel, which will serve in
an advisory capacity, will
include high-tech experts
from business and the acad-
emic community.
Administration sources
suggest that the emphasis
will be on specialists, not on
official representatives of
Jewish organizations.

Jewish conservatives are
finally getting a piece of the
action in the Clinton
administration.
Richard Schifter, who
served as assistant secre-
tary of state for human
rights and humanitarian
affairs in the Bush adminis-
tration, will be going to the
White House for a as-yet-
undefined job as a special
assistant on the National
Security Council.
Despite his Republican
connections, Mr. Schifter
played a role in the Clinton
campaign; at one point, he
spearheaded an effort to
lure "Scoop Jackson
Democrats" back to the
Clinton-Gore ticket.
Since the inauguration,
there have been rumors
about Mr. Schifter's possible
appointment to one post or
another — rumors fueled, in
part, by Jewish conserva-
tives frustrated by their
exclusion.
But the appointment may
be more than just a sop to
the conservatives, according
to Josh Muravchik.
"I think (National
Security Adviser Anthony)
Lake may genuinely want
Schifter's input.

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"I haven't had this much fun in years! I've met new friends. Fm involved

in activities. I'm happy — and so is my family. Before, housekeeping was a
chore, cooking for myself wasn't fun and I didn't feel secure living alone.
Now, nzy family has peace of mind... and I'm having the time of my life!"

Monthly rent includes:
• Evening meals served in our elegant
Rosewood Dining Room(lunch optional)
•Weekly housekeeping
'Scheduled local transportation
"Individually controlled heat & air conditioning

• Cable television available
"Kitchen with electric appliances
• 24-hour emergency-alert system
*Putting green, walking and biking trails
• Library, game and card rooms
*Beauty and barber shop

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